Monday, January 28, 2013

Report: Hacked Emails Reveal ‘Washington-Approved’ Plan to Stage Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria

By Paul Joseph Watson

Alleged hacked emails from defense contractor Britam reveal a plan “approved by Washington” and funded by Qatar to stage a chemical weapons attack in Syria and blame it on the Assad regime, fulfilling what the Obama administration has made clear is a “red line” that would mandate US military intervention.

The leaked emails, obtained by a hacker in Malaysia, feature an exchange (click here for screenshot) between Britam Defence’s Business Development Director David Goulding and the company’s founder Philip Doughty;
We’ve got a new offer. It’s about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington.
We’ll have to deliver a CW to Homs, a Soviet origin g-shell from Libya similar to those that Assad should have. They want us to deploy our Ukrainian personnel that should speak Russian and make a video record.
Frankly, I don’t think it’s a good idea but the sums proposed are enormous. Your opinion?
Kind regards
The fact that the plan involves delivering a CW (chemical weapon) that is “similar to those Assad should have,” clearly suggests that the idea is to stage a false flag chemical weapons attack that could be blamed on Assad by Gulf states like Qatar and NATO powers.
If the claim that such as plot was “approved by Washington” can be verified, then the Obama administration is complicit in a war crime.
According to Cyber War News, which details the process of how the emails were hacked and includes screenshots of the leaked documents, the hack also uncovered, “extremely personal information,” including copies of passports of Britam employees, some of whom appeared to be mercenaries.
A full list of all the hacked documents can be found here.
Online business profiles confirm that both David Goulding and Philip Doughty work for Britam Defence.

(HT Travis Holte)


  1. The text of the email seems a bit strange. Do They really discuss proposed attacks/crimes in this way? It's almost flippant. I'll wait to see what comes out of further investigation.

    If the interpretation is correct, however, then IMHO it's particularly disgusting that Britam Defence would have a Business Development Director to work on new projects for gassing people. Really?!?! A BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR??

  2. "Hacked emails" do not just come up in someone's email client. They invariably involve reams of plaintext files in mbox format.

    I suppose it could be a web-based email interface (I can't tell because I'm not familiar with those icons at the bottom), but you wouldn't discuss false-flag ops over email, surely.

    1. Their arrogance allows them to believe they will never be discovered, or prosecuted. Discussing murder over email would be normal for these psychos.

  3. It's beyond time to shut down the state department. This is what my taxes are going toward? A plot to murder innocent people.

  4. No one can quote this, right there at the bottom is a disclaimer. L O L